Eastern Region Representatives
I completed my undergraduate work at Elmira College in biology and psychology. I then went to UNC-Charlotte to do a MS in genetics. After completion, I worked at ECU Brody School of Medicine doing research in the Allergy/Immunology department. After a few years, it became obvious to me that I needed human interaction. I enrolled in the clinical psychology program at ECU and obtained my MA. I hold a license in NC to practice psychology, which I have done privately since 2001.
I began teaching part time at Pitt Community College in 1998. I took a full time position in 2016 in the social science department as a psychology faculty member. I teach intro psychology and developmental psychology. I currently am actively involved in faculty senate, several committees and take advantage of the numerous professional development offered on and off campus.
I also am adjunct faculty at ECU where I teach abnormal psychology since 2013.
NCCCSPA means to me the ability to collaborate within and outside of my field with like-minded people who share a passion for teaching.